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Must Visit Places to See and Enjoy in Udaipur in 2 Days

If you want to experience sheer royalty and grandeur then head straight to Udaipur. Shotlist some Udaipur tour packages, pick the suiting one and you’ll be awestruck witnessing the extravagance of the city. The city comprises of royal architecture, delicious cuisines, serene lakes, and vibrant shopping places. The charisma of the city is for sure to strike you one you explore the following attractions:

pichola-lakeLake Pichola

Located in the heart of the city is the serene Lake Pichola. This lake is beautifully flanked by bathing ghats, temples, heritage buildings, lavish resorts, and lofty hills. One can admire all these surrounding attractions while taking a boat ride on the lake. Boat rides are best at dawn. Plus, in the evenings the place looks all dipped in gold. It is about 30 feet deep featuring a width of 2 miles and length of 3 miles. Jag Mandir nestled on Jag Island is quite an attraction. 

city palace

City Palace

An absolute marvel, City Palace is Rajasthan’s biggest royal complex. It sits on Lake Pichola’s banks and was constructed back in 1559. Back then it was the seat of power and the kingdom was administered from here. As successors followed by various other royal structures kept being added to the palace. The palace today is a perfect collection of mahals, pavilions, terraces, hanging gardens, courtyards, corridors, and luxurious rooms. Additionally, there lies a museum showcasing various royal belongings like paintings. The entire structure is a marvelous sight to behold. The fine architecture that is a mingle of both Chinese and European styles is worth appreciation.

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Fateh Sagar Lake

This is yet another peaceful lake adding to the list. It lies in the north-west of the city featuring sparkling calm waters. Renowned for its scenic charm, this second-largest man-made lake is beautifully nestled be the lofty Aravalli hills. There is a boating facility available for the visitors and you must enjoy one to feel the tranquility. The lake looks absolutely marvelous while being viewed from the Moti Magri Road. There are 3 islands that the lake features – Nehru Park, a public park, and the Udaipur Solar Observatory. 

Monsoon Palace

Monsoon Palace

The royal Monsoon Palace sits on the outskirts of the Udaipur city. It is nestled on a hilltop and is also popularly known as the Sajjangarh Palace. Back in time, it was a royal residence of the Mewar dynasty. It was created to observe and assess the monsoon clouds’ arrival owing to which it started being called as the Monsoon Palace. It also developed varying employment opportunities for the locals. Later, by Maharana Fateh Singh the palace was turned into a recreation palace. All in all, it’s a marvelous attraction to witness while in Udaipur. 

Vintage Car Museum

Fond of cars? Vintage Car Museum is a place that you absolutely cannot miss exploring. This museum is quite different from the other places of Udaipur like palaces, lakes, and forts. It showcases several kinds of vintage car models that were once used by Udaipur’s Mewar Dynasty. The royals have been known for leading luxurious lifestyles and the car choices express the kind of plush lifestyle that they had. Some of the featured beauties include Mercedes and Rolls Royce models that were customized especially for the royal Mewar families.

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Kumbhalgarh Fort

The walls of this massive fort are stretched over to a distance of 30 kilometers. Featuring a height of 1900 meters, this ancient marvel offers panoramic views of the surroundings. It is located at a distance of 64 kilometers from Udaipur city and is one of the impressive attractions to visit.


This is a massive sprawling garden that was built by Sangram Singh. It lies close to the Fateh Sagar Lake. Popular for its lotus pool, excellent architecture, lush greenery, marble elephants, and fountains this place is quite a place to explore while in Udaipur.


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Sumit Sharma is a full-time digital marketer who finds his passion in traveling and blogging about his experiences.

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